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As NBA Remains A Jump Ball, Warner Bros. Discovery Grabs French Open Tennis Rights In U.S.

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As intrigue continues to swirl about its future role as an NBA broadcaster, Warner Bros Discovery‘s Turner Sports has secured U.S.

rights to the French Open tennis tournament. The annual late-spring major, whose 2024 edition will wrap this weekend in Paris, is slated to be carried by WBD’s linear networks as well as its Max streaming flagship starting in 2025.

The term of the rights deal is 10 years. A person familiar with the agreement confirmed the details to Deadline. Financial terms were not disclosed.

NBCUniversal (NBC and Peacock) as well as the Tennis Channel currently air French Open matches in the U.S. WBD’s Eurosport has carried it in many international territories for years.

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